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How to Share or Mirror Win/Mac Desktop Screen to TV?

Written by Kaylee Wood | Last update: April 28, 2020

Desktop sharing is quite simple for those who know the rope. However, most people are not in the queue. In this scenario, we compiled several practical ways to help you share Windows and Mac desktop to big screen TV, both wired and wirelessly. Just check this out and find the best desktop sharing solution accordingly.

5KPlayer - Best Solution to Windows & Mac Desktop Sharing

Desktop sharing

Sharing Windows/Mac desktop to TV has never been easier with the free desktop sharing software - 5KPlayer! Remember: with 5KPlayer, all you have to do to realize desktop sharing is a few mouse clicks.

In conclusion:

When it comes to desktop sharing, Airplay works more stable than Chromecast does. As for the wired method, although it is the most reliable, the problem is that you have to place your computer close to your TV for most HDMI cables are only six to ten feet long. So, sharing your desktop with Airplay is still the king.
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Handy Guides on Sharing Desktop to TV Using Airplay + 5KPlayer

Step 1: Free download the best desktop sharing software for your Mac/PC and install it.

Step 2: Connect your computer and Apple TV to the same Wi-Fi network.

Step 3 : Run 5KPlayer and click "Airplay" icon on the up right corner of the interface. Then choose your Apple TV from the list of Airplay receivers.

Seconds later, everything on your Windows/Mac desktop will be displayed onto your TV via Airplay Mirroring.

Mirror desktop screen to Apple TV

5KPlayer is a very versatile Airplay server with lots of potentials. On top of desktop sharing, it also supports mirroring iPhone iPad to Mac or PC and streaming video music from iOS to computer and computer to Apple TV.

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